Volume 13 | Issue 4
Chamber Connection
New materials with a focus on East Asian Cultures are being added to the Clintonville Public Library shelves, thanks to a generous grant from the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The new materials include a collection of books and movies focused on China, Japan, and Korea. Additionally, the Library will be hosting a discussion of Amelia Pang's "Made In China" on May 3. Copies of the discussion title can be picked up at the Library. Visit the Library's online catalog to find these and other titles at infosoup.org.
Mark your calendars for our April Storytime happening April 20th!
We will be celebrating Earth Day early with this Storytime. Come and learn about the Earth and what we can do to keep it healthy!
We will read stories, make crafts, head outside to explore and more!
AM Session: 10:00 - 11:30AM OR PM Session: 1:00 - 2:30PM
Register by calling 715-758-6999 or online at https://www.navarino.org/upcomingevents
View the March/April addition of Tales of Nature here.
Please help us welcome our newest team member Makayla. Her kind heart and radiant smile are ready to welcome you here at the CCC!

Makayla grew up in Clintonville and fell in love with how our community works together. She is currently a sophomore in college and studying Elementary Education with a minor in Archeology. She has a passion for helping others and would like to incorporate that in her future classroom. Along with being a full-time student, you can find her being a barista at the local coffee shop on the weekends, where she loves meeting new people and helping make our community a better place in any way she can. She is so excited to add her passion for helping others into her role for this job.
Check back in to the Compassionate Connections Inc Facebook for further information!
Download and print the 5k registration form here.
Registration forms available on the Chamber Event Forms page.
VFW POST 664 Monthly Meeting | April 19th, 2022 6PM
Please arrive by 5:45 pm for seating. Location: 10 W. Morning Glory Drive, Clintonville (behind A&W)
Clintonville Area Historical Society
Stop by the Museum on Main to grab your issue of The Pigeon Post!

The Clintonville Area Historical Society is giving a last call to view their present display of "Cops & Crime in Clintonville," for Sundays, Apr. 3rd and May 1st from 1-4 p.m. at the Museum on Main (102 So. Main St.). The new display, "Dressed to the 9's," is centered on clothing and accessories worn during many decades in the 1900's.  Plans are also underway for several new displays at the History House Museum (32 - 11th St.), beginning Saturday, June 4, from 1-4 p.m.
On Saturday, May 21st at 2 p.m. the Clintonville Area Historical Society will sponsor an Historic Fashion Show & Tea.
Also at the Museum On Main.  Tickets (for $15) will be available as of April 18 through CAHS board members; if you have questions, please contact Sarah at 715/701-2874 or Cindy at 715/823-2823. There is a limited number of tickets being sold, so hurry to buy yours!
We will be celebrating ALL week! April 4-9, 2022 during No Boundaries Nutrition club hours.
We are truly looking forward to seeing you at our 4th-year Anniversary celebration! 
Stop in daily for fun in-house specials and have chances to get your name into our 4th-year Business Giveaway Drawings!!
"Congratulations to Dalton Hogan whom was named CFD’s 2021 Firefighter of the Year during the Association Winter Banquet tonight" (March 19th, 2022).
CETUSA (Council for Education Travel, USA) is recruiting! We are looking for motivated self-starters looking for a fun, meaningful job opportunity! Become a local coordinator for CETUSA, working mostly from your smartphone or laptop! This contract position is a great way to supplement your income and earn trips around the world!
CETUSA Local Coordinators are a nationwide network of individuals who are passionate about cultural exchange. Each of our coordinators is an independent contractor. Fully trained and knowledgeable, coordinators recruit volunteer host families for international students arriving for 5 or 10 month stays. They provide support to host families, students and host schools. Their dedicated support of international exchange brings together American families and international students for an experience they will never forget.

For full job details and how to apply, see listing here.
A big shout out to our Employee of the Month BRIANNA!
Thank you for your hard work and uplifting spirit!!
A few things to know about Brianna-
Her favorite A&W menu item is a season favorite… The Spicy Papa Burger!
After high school Brianna is interested in being a Truck Driver.
Her favorite part about working at A&W is making new friends!
We are in need of some day time help. Will train, great food discounts, flexible schedules!
We're HIRING a part-time barista.
Up to 20 hours a week - This includes weekdays and weekends.
Please stop by and ask for an application.
Webinar: On the Road to Riches

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4/12/22 @ 12:30pm OR 4/21/22 @ 7:30pm

More information and registration here:
April's featured Booster Members!